Governor Hogan Names Rolle to Talbot County Board of License Commissioners

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Maryland Governor Laurence J. Hogan recently named St. Michaels resident William C. Rolle, Jr. (Bill) to the Talbot County Board of License Commissioners. The appointment is to fill a vacancy created, in the six-year term, by the recent death of Commissioner Gretchen Panuzio.

Rolle has been active in the Talbot County community, recently finishing a six-year term on the Talbot Hospice Board, where he served on the executive committee and chaired the communications and development committees. He continues to serve on the communications committee.

Rolle also serves on the Easton Airport Board, The Londonderry on the Tred Avon Board, the Talbot SPY Advisory Board and the Institute for Religion, Politics & Culture at Washington College.

He understands the small business environment, having worked as a marketing communications consultant for 50 years in the Washington Metropolitan area. He founded and managed his own communications firm there for 20 years, prior to selling it to a major New York advertising firm to manage its Washington office.

He has a BS degree from Georgetown University and a MA Degree from American University. He taught Branding, as an Adjunct Professor, at Georgetown University and Advertising and Marketing at Washington College.

Rolle and his wife Carol have lived in St. Michaels for 15-years, moving there after living in Bethesda, Maryland, for more than 50 years. They celebrated 60 years of marriage in February this year. They have four children, one daughter and three sons, ten grandchildren and one great grandson.

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